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Introduction to Nursing Education, NE 90
This course is required for applicants to the Registered Nursing Program, as well as persons seeking information about nursing education. The role of nursing within the context of the health care delivery system is explored. Vital information about college resources, planning, and admission requirements to the nursing program are included. Professional communication, coping strategies, time management skills, and test taking strategies are outlined. The functions of the Board of Registered Nursing are summarized. Students will learn what reading, writing, speaking, and math competencies are needed in nursing school. Diagnostic tests in reading, writing, verbal and math skills will be given to help students identify and to meet academic factors which will promote successful completion of the nursing program.
This class must be taken at the College of Marin.
NE 90 - Introduction to Nursing Education is offered each semester. Please see the Class Schedule.
Prerequisite: NONE Units: 1.0
Register at Admissions & Records, NE 90 Syllabus will be available in the College of Marin Kentfield Campus bookstore approximately one week before class.
Your application must be placed in a sealed envelope and mailed or delivered to:
College of Marin
Attention: RN Program
Admissions and Records Department
835 College Avenue
Kentfield, CA 94904Registered Nursing web page
Technical Contact: Joan Rinaldi, Administrative Assistant for Health Science Dept., 415.485.9319
Content Responsible: Terry Gesulga, MSN, RN, PNP, Interim Dean of Health Sciences, 415.485.9326